Antoine d’Agata : Lilith
The work od Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata is centered in the main themes of addiction, sex, persona, obsessions, darkness, prostitution and other tanoo subject matters. In Lilith- the first title of La Fábrica’s new collection, 64P.-, d’Agata sordidly portrays his relations with a Vietnnamese woman, who is addicted to methanphetamines and has worked in the prostitution market since she was 12 years old.
D’Agata studied photography at New Work’s ICP in 1990 under Larry Clarck and Nan Goldin’s mentoring. In 2001he won the Niépce Award. He has published over a dozen books and produced three films. In 2009 Tomaso Lusena and Giuseppe Schiallici made a documentaru about him entitled The Cambodian Room. Situations with Antoine d’Agata.
(Note de l’éditeur) ; photos en n.b. et en couleurs.
|Date de parution||2017|
|Nombre de pages||64 pages|